Coming Soon

         
Upcoming Titles, in Alphabetical Order 

A Writer's Compendium: Quotations on the Trade by Peter Bollen

Egg Time in Augusta, by Hugh Roth, the younger son of Henry Roth, author of Call It Sleep and Mercy of a Rude Stream. This memoir "attempts to describe the straitened circumstances ... difficult emotional reality of growing up with very gifted, if displaced, parents." Read more, with an excerpt at The Jewish Daily Forward.

History of the 3rd Maine Infantry Regiment, by historian Dave Cook. This is the first history of this famous Maine Civil War Unit

Looking Ahead, by Ester Pasztory

New Landscapes, an art book by Yohaku Yorozuya, showing the versatility of his photographic art in color. Yorozuya, a lifelong professor of photography, is a master craftsman in the darkroom.

One Good Thing, by Patrick McGowen. A page turner adventure novel based in Maine. A Maine pilot decides to balance out the injustice of the healthcare system by plotting a bank heist in order to use the proceeds mostly - for one good thing.

Return to Omaha Beach is news reports about Penobscot Elder Charles Norman Shay, WWII legion of Honor recipient and medic during D-Day, along with his speeches.

Soto's Song  by Dave Kroner is a mystical, magical journey as a questor learns truths in nature. Finally reaching the goal set out the questor realizes what he needs. For all ages. Illustrated by the photographic art of Ramona du Houx’s

Twin Towers Tribute, an art book by Yohaku Yorozuya, showing the versatility of his photographic art in black and white. Yorozuya, a lifelong professor of photography, is a master craftsman in the darkroom.

Visions in Poetry and Art, by Trudy Overlock

Winnie and Tate, by Nancy Crinklaw, illustrated by Joanne Langston. 

Two ducks find their way to a new home. As Winnie and Tate’s world expands in the backyard woodland pond, so does their circle of friends. They meet a variety of animals and discover that dangers can sometimes lurk around the corner. Exciting firsts and scary life events rally the family and their ducks in vivid and lasting ways.